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Salomon S/Lab MTN Alpine Touring Boot

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S/Lab MTN Ski Boot

Salomon's S/Lab MTN Ski Boot is lightweight option for aggressive skiers who are looking to crush the climbs and ski steep, technical lines. With a stiff 120 flex to drive big planks down powder-filled bowls and tight chutes, and narrow, performance-first last, this boot can certainly charge, but its low weight and impressive 47-degree range of motion in walk mode means you'll be setting the skinner after every storm, and heading back up for more after every descent.

A Grilamid shell maintains the boot's stiffness without weighing you down, and a carbon spine and Pebax cuff provide rebound, stability, and impressive power transfer for a boot that's so light on the uphill. Salomon's signature Custom Shell HD and foam liner are both easy to thermo-mold for a precise, custom fit that's comfortable on all-days tours and keeps your foot secure for control on the descents. A rubber, rockered sole ensures a natural stride and reliable grip on those inevitable, icy bootpacks up steep ridges to access that line you've had your eye on all season long.

  • Lightweight touring boot for crushing ascents
  • Stiff 120 flex provides strong downhill performance
  • Narrow 98-millimeter last offers a performance-first fit
  • Walk mode offers a 47-degree range of motion for uphill efficiency
  • Grilamid shell maintains stiffness without adding weight
  • Shell and liner are easily thermo-moldable for a customized fit
  • Carbon spine and Pebax cuff ensure stability and power transfer
  • Rockered rubber sole offers reliable traction on icy boot packs
  • Item #SAL01TO

Shell Material
[cuff] Pebax BC [shell] Grilamid, [spine] carbon fiber
Flex
120
Last Width
98mm
Buckles
2
Buckle Material
aluminum
Walk Mode
47deg
Thermo-moldable Liner
Custom Fit 3D
Binding Compatibility
tech
DIN Certified
ISO 9523
Sole
Contagrip Rubber Touring Sole
Claimed Weight
[pair] 6lb 14.8oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating: 5

Soo comfy and lightweight

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is my first pair of ski touring boots. I've had a Salomon Quest Max 100 before, so can only compare this two models, but the sLab are soo good in terms of weight (for a boot that has the performance of the downhill boot). The 2-buckle system is awesome. The power strap could be longer, but this is a minor thing. Walk mode is a real thing here. I bet you could wear the as your regular shoes. The only cons of these boots I could fine so far is their durability. Because of the lightweight materials that, there are a lot of scratches, both on the outer shell and on the pivot. But I guess they will still last many seasons.

>Rating: 5

Best Boot in the Business

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

As a professional athlete and backcountry ski guide, my boot is everything. I work for EXUM Mountain Guides, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Alpine Guides, and Ice Axe Expeditions internationally. This is the most comfortable, high performance boot I have ever worn. It provides strong downhill performance in an alpine touring boot capacity. Easy to put on and easy to take off and excellent, easy-to-use features for switching from touring to alpine skiing. The boots are made well and last a long time. I've skied everyone from the Grand Teton to Greenland to Jackson Hole Mountain Resort to High Mountain Heli. Light yet strong -- that's the ultimate goal. They fit true to size.

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Did you find the sizing different since they are meant for men? Or is it pretty accurate

>Rating: 5

Great All Around Boot

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The S/LAB MTN Boot is the closest thing to a do everything boot there is. Great touring ability while holding its own on the downhill. I use this boot on everything from big ski mountaineering days to hard charging powder days on the resort. If you only want one boot, this one is for you.

>Rating:

What is the mm length measurement on the shell of size 27.5 boot?

Great question James! The Salomon S/Lab MTN ski boot has a base sole length of 311 mm in the 27.5 size. Hope that helps, Mike